PCHS Crown Royalty, VHS And RHS Announce Courts
Kelsey Loy, right, is crowned Paden City High School’s Homecoming Queen Friday night during halftime festivities. The 2011 Homecoming Queen, Amanda Heasley, places the crown on the new queen’s head.
Valley High School will crown their Homecoming Queen Friday before the Valley-Bellaire St John football game set for 7:30 p.m.
Pictured from front row left are senior candidates Ashton Irvin, Hunter Liggett, Alyssa Wright and Megan Bucher; back row, Freshman Princess Cassidy Price; Junior Princess Abigail Willey; and Sophomore Princess Allison Ueltschy.
River High School will crown their Homecoming Queen and King during halftime ceremonies Friday at Alumni Field in New Martinsville. Their Homecoming Football Game against Bridgeport High School will begin at 7:30 p.m. River is playing their football games at Magnolia’s Alumni Field this year because construction has made their field inaccessible. As a result, there will not be a homecoming parade.
Pictured is the Homecoming court. Seated from left are Junior Princess MaKenna Collins, Freshman Princess Abby Caldwell, and Sophomore Princess Devyn Potts.
In the second row are senior queen candidates Rachael Hutchison, Kayla Dietch, Emile Weaver, Cassidy McCollough, and Myla Smith.
In the back are senior king candidates Brett Price, Cody Caldwell, Kameron Brown, Evan Eggleston, and Thomas Tharp.
The homecoming dance will be held Saturday at the Mollohan Center, Wetzel County 4-H Grounds.